Spring Hiking

There’s something about spring hiking with the cool breezes and warm sunshine that only spring can provide. If spring has already awakened your hiking spirit, then you are in luck, there are lots of great hiking trails here just waiting to be explored.

Bridalveil Falls

BridalVeil Falls

This is Michigan’s tallest waterfall at almost 48 meters (157 ft). These falls are best seen in the early spring as the water flow dwindles to a trickle during the…

Miners Falls

The Miners Falls trail is located in the western portion of the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore park. Round-trip: 1.2 Miles Difficulty: Easy Location: Munising, MI Click here for Google Map…

Kakabeka Falls Boardwalk Trail

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Kakabeka Falls is the second largest waterfall in Ontario and it can be easily seen all year round from the accessible boardwalk and the viewing platforms. At 40 m high,…

Middle Falls Walk

middle falls walk pigeon river

Take the easy walk to see the beautiful 6m (20ft) high Middle Falls in Pigeon River Provincial Park. At a Glance Roundtrip:Difficulty: EasyLocation: Thunder Bay, OntarioClick Here for Google Map…

Saxon Falls

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The Saxon Falls waterfall cascades 90 feet over several drops into a very deep gorge.  It is best to visit this hidden gem in the spring during the run-off to…

Lower Aguasabon Falls

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People mainly stop and look at the Aguasabon Gorge along the highway, without knowing about the Lower Aguasabon Falls downstream. Quick Info Roundtrip: 1 kmDifficulty: EasyLocation: Terrace Bay, ONClick Here…

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